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2018 Nurse Corps Loan Repayment Program

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Firenurse343 has 1 years experience.

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The last day of the cycle is Sept 30th. The denied emails start around 28/29th of Sept.

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I received my Finalist email today! I applied for the NHSC LRP as an NP. Site score 17 don't know my debt to income ratio and I'm not sure if that matters. I hope that those who are waiting receive good news soon!! Good luck everyone....

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I'm also an NP, and I received my finalist email earlier this week. I was about to sign my contract, but I, too, noticed that it said "2 Year Contract for RN." And now the Call Center is closed for the weekend. For other NP finalists that received an "RN contract," did you go ahead and sign it? Or did they tell you to wait to sign it until they send you a new ARNP contract? Thanks!

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Received a finalist email yesterday. NP, DTI>200%, site score 16.

However, when I went to sign my contract it stated '2 Year Contract for RN.' I applied as an NP and my employer submitted the verification as an NP. I called and they said they would send me a new contract soon, but I just want everyone to be aware!

I was referencing this post with my comment just now.

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I received the email last night! I was completely overwhelmed with happiness. I was about to sign when I realized that I have the 2 year RN contract. When I found out they are closed until Monday I have been searching the internet. I'm curious what you hear. Sign and tell them Monday? or try to patiently wait... I don't want to loose this.

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I called and talked to them about the 2-year RN contract and signing when we are ARNPs, they stated the following... so yes go ahead and sign!

"Good day,

The Nurse Corp Loan Repayment Program has two applications RN's including advanced practice nurses (APRNs), Nurse Pratitioners NPs and the NF (nurse faculty).

I hope this information is helpful.

Thank you,

Customer Service Support"

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For those who received the NHSC award, were you given the full 50,000 or partial funding? I am trying to decide whether to wait for the decision or go with my state loan repayment program. Any insights would be really helpful. Thanks!

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Received finalist 8/22 for Nurse Corps! 2nd year applying. I am a Doctoral Family and Psych NP D/I approx 200% HPSA 14. Hoping to receive a counter signature very soon. This is the blessing I have waited for. Good Luck to all! Keep applying.

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Hi everyone. I'm very thankful to say I received a finalist email on 8/24/18! I'm wondering if anyone knows about consolidating/refinancing loans after accepting the award. I would assume it would be okay to refinance the approved educational loans with another lender at a lower rate, but I wasn't sure if it's allowed or frowned upon? If anyone knows, I would really appreciate it!

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cmacdo57 has 3 years experience.

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I know it is okay before you apply, as long as the loans consolidated were all directly related to the nursing degree you achieved. I don't know if they have any rules about it after your become a recipient.

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cmacdo57 has 3 years experience.

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How long did you have to wait for the counter signature and the actual first payment?

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